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  2. bleedinblue

    Diy air filter

    This.
  3. Valleyslim

    Diy air filter

    Getting ready to pull the trigger on buying a blower fan to build my first air filter. I've decided to go with blower fan as i dont have enough plugs to use 3 - 4 for box fans, i do plan on doing a box fan and hanging it above my work area but would like to make a moveable ground air filter like jay bates here; my question is, is this blower fan good enough for what i want it to do? https://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGID-600-CFM-Blower-Fan-Air-Mover-with-Daisy-Chain-AM2265/301703580 or should i buy like a dayton furnace blower? or even looking at a hvac place and buying a fan off one of their broken furnaces?
  4. ..Kev

    Cabinet drawer slides

    I'm pretty sure I've bought 24" before but, don't recall the supplier. They may have been local, I just don't recall. Regardless, I know they're out there...
  5. K Cooper

    Tennessee Curly Cherry

    So you hire the neighbors kid to go up and snow board or do you take the water hose to it?
  6. ben_r_

    18" precision square

    Funny you should mention that. A complaint was sent to the mods about it and one responded saying that they agreed it was getting a bit out of hand and that others had mentioned it as well. Since then their spamming seems to have stopped.
  7. wtnhighlander

    Cabinet drawer slides

    Those of you that have experience building kitchen cabinets: what is the longest, full-extension, undermount or centermount ball-bearing drawer slide I can use in a box that is 26" deep (24.5" inside)? From what I see on the supplier's web sites, it appears to be 21", but I'd like to hear you experience. Thanks.
  8. Agree with @Chestnut, that looks wrong. The ship's wheel, at least, should get brass knobs, if not wood.
  9. RichardA

    Fit is it

    Why would anyone want a number 2? Only two fingers and a thumb can hold it.
  10. treeslayer

    Tennessee Curly Cherry

    yep Coop, i think there is a fair bit of weight up there and its going to have to come off before the next snow storm moves in, not a fun job for sure
  11. Chet

    18" precision square

    Sooner or later you will find something to empty it on.
  12. K Cooper

    Tennessee Curly Cherry

    Now that’s gotta be love!
  13. Chestnut

    8 Drawer Dresser In Walnut

    My typical Wipe On Poly.
  14. I disagree that's worse than i was expecting it just looks WRONG.
  15. K Cooper

    8 Drawer Dresser In Walnut

    No way Jose! That’s extreme! You’re the only one that knows and will see it. What kind of finish?
  16. Chestnut

    8 Drawer Dresser In Walnut

    I just put on coat 3 30 seconds ago. I had some nasty tear out that i should have hit with a card scraper but didn't because i couldn't see it without finish. So after coat 4 if it doesn't meet my expectations I'll bust out the card scraper and start over.
  17. vinnyjojo

    Fit is it

    Agree wholeheartedly. Speaking of which, what sucker...er...forum member currently has that LN #2 that's been trading hands for the past 8 years?
  18. Chestnut

    18" precision square

    I've spent more on a one trick pony, dang thing got away... I have no judgement on the stuff for me it comes down to does it fit my woodworkign style? Maybe .... Would i get a lot of use out of it? Maybe again.... Is it excellent value for money? Maybe ..... it's just to many maybes for me to justify. I have a feeling that if i used one for a month i'd buy it in a heart beat but ignorance is a fuller wallet.
  19. Chestnut

    Tennessee Curly Cherry

    We are watching Megan's parents dog this weekend so i had to clear an area for it.
  20. K Cooper

    Tennessee Curly Cherry

    Dave, do you/y’all just leave it there on the roof until it melts or do you try and get it off? That has to be a lot of weight?
  21. Spanky

    Tennessee Curly Cherry

    The northern boys have there problem (snow) and the southern boys have there problem (rain). We are getting more rain tonight.
  22. K Cooper

    8 Drawer Dresser In Walnut

    Nut, what are you finishing the top with? Grain looks great!
  23. Tom King

    Stringing, Fluting, Beading and such

    Yes, it's as simple as it sounds. Just did both sides, the same as the back of a chisel, or plane iron. I used number drill bit shanks, wrapped with some fine polishing film for inside the rounded part of the reeding cutter, but after I got into the job, just keeping the sides lapped was all that was needed.
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  25. pkinneb

    Stringing, Fluting, Beading and such

    FWW issue #261 May/June 2017 for anyone interested. I have the parts but haven't made mine yet, but its on the list
  26. Nice, thanks for that. Not as bad as I thought. I'll post pictures obviously when I get mine tomorrow.
  27. mat60

    8 Drawer Dresser In Walnut

    I had no idea how great the drawer fronts would look before the finish.
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